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tourennatrix

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  1. I spent the morning writing a cover letter and I submitted a job application and now I think I'm gonna go hyperventilate and pass out
  2. Ok wow hi I exist. This was an interesting (emotional) week, and a few days just kinda... vanished on me. I took some stuff to help me sleep on Sunday night, so Monday involved sleeping in until noon, donating blood, napping from 4-6, and then being back in bed by 9. Tuesday I was rested and actually did some studying! Wednesday I was drowsy again and slept late and felt less ok about it, but tried to not be too hard on myself. Thursday I was a rockstar and did a lot of room cleaning (there's still lots to go)... Until I found a few photos of my former husband and I from when we we
  3. This is kinda random, but does anyone know of a small-ish business that sells essential oil diffusers at a reasonable price? I have one that works with a tea light that I enjoy but I want something I can leave on for longer. I'm also tired of giving money to Amazon and Walmart 😕 ETA: located in the U.S. in case that wasn't obvious
  4. Yesterday I slept until noon, went out to donate blood, came home and slept from 4 to 6, and was in bed again by 10:30. I'm learning that when I take medications that make me drowsy, I have no choice but to comply. I feel kinda like the middle pupper XD Lets look at Week Two: 🥑 Food: at least 2-3 meals from scratch per week, and no more junky snacks. -> Week Two: Make breakfast 3 times. Make dinner and don't let the leftovers go bad. (samesies) 🤸 Activity: Do something intentional each day: a walk, a bike ride, a yoga, a workout. -> Week Two: Make suspensi
  5. oofadoofa Lets do a brief week 1 review a couple days late shall we? Cool. 🥑 Food: at least 2-3 meals from scratch per week, and no more junky snacks. -> Week One: Make breakfast 3 times. Make dinner and don't let the leftovers go bad. X: I had a couple yogurt breakfasts, and one egg breakfast, and Made one dinner meal that lasted for three meals and didn't get thrown out. I have some used-to-be-fresh veggies left that I need to inspect before my next grocery run. 🤸 Activity: Do something intentional each day: a walk, a bike ride, a yoga, a workout. -
  6. This week has been... relaxing? Is that what this feeling is? lol I've been riding my bike when I need to go places whenever possible, which makes trips to the grocery store rather curated. Even still, I managed to splurge and get an 8-pack of flavored carbonated water which is perhaps an unnecessary expense and I'm still getting used to the flavor, but it's kindof a refreshing treat that might help me not get too bored with just drinking water all the time. Speaking of drinking water, yesterday I got a massage and spent the rest of the day chugging water and sleeping and oh
  7. It's a 2-part issue for me. Part 1 is texture and repetitive meals. Reheating food often makes veggies too mushy or rice too crunchy or some other texture thing, and if I end up with 3 servings instead of 2, I have a really hard time getting excited about that 3rd serving (in general, this is not a rule across the board obvs). Part 2 is more of an anxiety thing where I snack so I don't have to "make" dinner, and/or I'm too anxious and don't want to spend any time in the kitchen/around my roommates. Hoping that the combination of increased free time, reduced school stress, more time to ge
  8. Alrighty, I've signed up for the study program and so I have a little more of an idea of what I'm getting myself into! Now for some more concrete NF style goals! 🥑 Food: at least 2-3 meals from scratch per week, and no more junky snacks. -> Week One: Make breakfast 3 times. Make dinner and don't let the leftovers go bad. 🤸 Activity: Do something intentional each day: a walk, a bike ride, a yoga, a workout. -> Week one: set up for success with a workout setting and "equipment" 📖 Study: at least 10 hours/week. The way it's scheduled should be closer to 16-20
  9. Personal Woot Time: I have finished the school.
  10. I HAVE FINISHED THE SCHOOL aside from the little paperwork things i have to do on monday but all the tests are done woo
  11. YOU GUYS. As of right now I have completed my last clinical and wrapped up all assignments. All I have left is to study and take my final exit exam and a mock board exam, and do a little housekeeping, and I should be completely finished with school on Monday. "Graduation" is on the 14th, and I have scheduled for a friend to come over and give me a graduation massage, and I'm trying to arrange for my classmates to play some Jackbox games in lieu of a graduation ceremony. Hell. Yes. And then I find myself in the (obscenely privileged) position of having no job and gettin
  12. hahaha nothing that gruesome! I just inflamed the tendon, and use kinesiotape to relieve some pressure on it It was so convenient and also i didn't have to pay an $85 copay to do it! I always need more sleep XD It was kinda fun to sleep that much on Tuesday, but I regretted it at bedtime 😕 SO MANY WINS. Good news: My roommate/guy who owns the house I live in cleaned up the garage so I can more easily access my bike, so I can now bike to work and/or just wherever and my other roommate can stop grumbling at me for driving such
  13. Update [drugs wearing off edition] Today I had my MRI following up on my pancreatitis episode from New year's. It looks less bad but not super 100% better so they want me to do another MRI in 6 months. Before I went in, they gave me a Valium because I'm not real certain *how* claustrophobic I am, and I didn't feel a whole lot of effect while I was at the hospital but HOO BOY when I got home... I grabbed a snack because I wasn't allowed to eat breakfast, went up to my room, and passed out hard before I even got to eat my snack. Now (about 10 hours later) I'm still sooo sleepy, and I keep m
  14. TRUTH! While I love this clinic and the people that run it, this aspect has left a little to be desired. We have cloth masks that, as of last week, we are supposed to wear when working closely with patients, but we're not mandated to wear them when, say, we are instructing a patient on how to do an exercise. Basically, if someone walks in with it, our best defense is just to keep washing our hands all the time and thoroughly clean surfaces between patients. *sigh* (this slightly more relaxed attitude is thanks to an obnoxiously conservative governor and a 'surely we're too rural
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